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Do you agree with this statement?

Do you agree with this statement?

I was surfing on the internet yesterday when i stumbled upon a video on YouTube about poverty in Africa. As i read through the comments and i came across this one which stood out to me. Although i won’t totally agree with it all, i do believe that some of Africa’s problem comes from the(…)

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  1. shamwil: obviously, this person does not know africa history, as well as some racial overtones, he needs to do more research,...africa…

    • kozey11: That's another way to look at it, you're quite correct

  2. Mr. Ha: God has a funny sense of humor. The countries with all the money have very limited resources. The countries with…

  3. Truth ssayer: I agree with him, Africa isn't called the Dark continent for nothing ...

  4. Kenny: I wouldn't go as far as saying Africans have got a low IQ but only a fool will be robbed…

    • Bukki smith: Whats your point?

  5. eric: this fails to take into account that IQ tests are typically culturally biased. i.e. Western standards of knowledge are not…

    • Dr Chancery Kigbo: Very well said!! IQ tests are socially constructed. As a scholar studying sociology at University, it is well known that…

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What do you see ?

What do you see ?

Normally we write a story for you. You read and  you absorb. You either comment or not. Today I stumbled upon these images online and they hit me pretty hard. I saw the message instantly. I am going to share them with you but i want you to tell me what you see! What can you depict from(…)

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  1. Mr janiker: I see this picture as a critique of trickle down economics. Where the working class make a living off the…

  2. Flavolous: This is more to do with perspectives than the artistry of the mind

  3. Laura: Brilliant! my favs r no 2 and 6!

The Story of a fallen star – Ike Ibeabuchi

The Story of a fallen star – Ike Ibeabuchi

The date was June 7th 1997, at the Arco arena in Sacramento California, United States. Two undefeated prospects faced each other. On one corner stood a Samoan born fighter David Tua who was the betting favorite, Short, stout and undefeated  he was being hyped as the next Mike Tyson. On the other corner stood Ike(…)

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  1. John: He was destined to be the greatest, but he just got confused with the hype and celebrity life

    • Hilbert20: I don't think lennox lewis would have handled him, the guy was a beast.

      • Sunny Turingan: Of course, Lennox would have been scared to fight him. Remember, Lewis avoided a collision course with Chris Byrd, the…

  2. glo: Most unfair.. Total waste of God natural given abiltity though not excusing his action that is if he actualy did…

    • Mr Africa: I agree with what you just said, they still haven't released him yet!

  3. migrain1: He should have got mental help and he may well not have committed those crimes and he should be set…

    • Ikenna: That is very true !

  4. Jaysfan99: When is he up for parole again?

  5. smcd: The man is mentally unstable and has tried numerous times to sexually assault women

    • pugilist: he tried numerous time to sexually assault ur mother u nit wit

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Exploitation of African countries – The Game continues

Exploitation of African countries – The Game continues

It is a case of Same game different rules, New masks old villains, Same feces different toilet. The Western world’s exploitation of Africa has taken on many different forms over the years.  Countries now take turns in looting the continent. From the United states of America to China, everyone wants to get a piece of(…)

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  1. fashola12: Africa needs to open her eyes. Things like this make africans look really stupid. Corrupt governments galore enriching themselves

  2. mike jonathan: Even a blind man can see the ulterior motives here.

  3. Dr patrick styles: Common sense, if the UK is prepared to invest over 300 million in a country then you know that they…

  4. Same guy1212: Genetically modified crops in africa seriously?? They have killed off what nature gave them in their countries now they want…

  5. Nini simons: I am disappointed in Obama. Black for nothing

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Should Society Accept Homosexuality? Yes or No

Should Society Accept Homosexuality? Yes or No

This is a very interesting insight on the topic of homosexuality. With new laws concerning the legalization of “Gay Marriage” being debated in various countries today, it is quite evident that the world is changing rapidly. The question is How Rapidly? A research study carried out by the PEW research center on global attitudes toward(…)

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  1. Amoki: Homosexuality is not the Norms of the society. Africa is the best place to live and raise your child. Look…

    • Mr leave me alone: I hear what you say brother but don't you think everyone should have a right to do what they want?

  2. Mr leave me alone: HAHAHA Nigeria is too much. Out of 150million people only 1% accept Gays.

  3. Shola: I would hate to be Gay in Russia.

  4. Mr guest: South Africa is largely dominated by the white people so I'm not surprised that 32% of people support homosexality

  5. shamwil: Africa have every right to deny gay culture, they dont have to be like other peoples which is their culture,…

    • oneseya: Exactly!! Thats exactly the truth.

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Childhood Memories: Growing up in an African House [The 22 Commandments]

Childhood Memories: Growing up in an African House [The 22 Commandments]

This Post was Inspired by our friend at Thoughtcatalogue.com – Kovie Biakolo 1. Your parents are basically Demi-gods.  They never admit that they made a mistake. Infact, They can’t make mistakes. Do not attempt to correct them. It doesn’t matter if you learned that the sky is blue. If your parents say the sky is(…)

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<h1> Rap/Hip Hop Lyrics Today- Misogynistic or Misinterpreted? </h1>

Rap/Hip Hop Lyrics Today- Misogynistic or Misinterpreted?

Now let me give you a quick synopsis – Rick Ross is an American Rap Artist. . Quite Obese, African American and well he used to be a correctional officer. If you follow Rap Music, you should know that it is largely based on Patriarchy.. Predominantly populated by African Americans and well it appeals to(…)

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